The certified public accounting firm of Tronconi Segarra & Associates named Jacquelyn R. Kenyon senior accountant in the firm’s small-business department. Kenyon obtained her MBA at Southern New Hampshire University and her bachelor’s degree from Empire State College. Also, the firm named Alysse M. Johnson, Jacqueline E. Krajacic and David J. Piraino staff accountants. Johnson, a Canisius College graduate, earned her MBA from the Rochester Institute of Technology. Krajacic obtained both her bachelor’s degree and master’s degree from the University at Buffalo. Piraino earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Niagara University.
John A. Sperrazza, president of Advanced Alarm in the Town of Tonawanda, was recently named the winner of the President’s Award in recognition of his contributions to the New York State Electronic Security Association.
Lakelet Financial Forensics Group director Timothy B. Crino recently shared his experience in the mechanics of financial fraud with the forensics students at two area colleges, Canisius College and SUNY Fredonia. He spoke about “Crazy Eddie,” who perpetrated the largest retail and securities fraud scheme of the 1980s.
Tully Rinckey was recently certified by the Division of Service-Disabled Veterans’ Business Development as a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Business under a state law passed last year.
Moog Inc., East Aurora, was awarded a $73,971 federal contract for control system parts kits from the Defense Logistics Agency, Richmond, Va.
Tecmotiv (USA), Niagara Falls won a $37,500 federal contract, for dust and moist boots from the Defense Logistics Agency, Philadelphia.
Title: Systems and methods for recovering hydrocarbons
Inventors: Breloff, Steig (San Diego); Conaway, Lawrence (Lewiston)
Assignee: Zeta Global (California)
Date issued: Feb. 10, 2015